Simple Goods Show Changes Hands

Mansfield, OH – Simple Goods antiques and primitive goods show has recently been sold to Massachusetts antiques dealer and show promoter, Kris Casucci, who owns Walker Homestead in Brookfield, together with her husband Paul and Pennsylvania antiques dealer, Christina Hummel, who owns Primitive America Antiques in Pennsdale, together with her husband Scott.  Casucci and Hummel will continue operation of Simple Goods with a show in April and November each year.  They expect few changes will be made to the well-known show and have scheduled the next Simple Goods at the R & L Banquet Center, 781 Fifth Avenue, Mansfield, OH on Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The show features 40+ reputable dealers in country antiques and quality handmade primitive goods from New England, the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southern states.
Simple Goods was established in 2006 and was held in Mount Vernon, Ohio before moving to its current location in Mansfield.  Admission is $5 and includes free parking.  For more information or directions call 570-651-5681 or visit www.picturetrail.com/simplegoods.
Simple Goods Show Changes Hands